“ Brand: Clean & Clear / Type: Cleanser / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Cleanses, „
Ever since I started using Johnsons product on my little daughter. I became a big fan and started by more and more Johnsons?s products. Johnson?s product that I used always left my skin smooth and it was excellent for sensitive skin. However, Clean and Clear Continuos Control Daily Cleanser wasn?t the best purchase I made. I was really disappointed, my skin felt really rough after using the product. It wasn?t what I expected. I had previously found Johnson?s product to have an excellent cleansing effect on my skin but this didn?t. Instead I came out in rash of spots on my cheek. My face looked ever so sore and my skin looked awful. I was really shocked since I never had any reaction to any product before. As a result I didn?t use the product for much longer. Although, I use other Johnsons product this isn?t one that I will be using again. My friend who used this product found that it had an excellent effect on her skin and kept it clear and clean all day and minimised the chances of getting spots. In fact, in the week she applied this product she didn?t get any product. So I wouldn?t say the product was all bad just some of us with sensitive skin may have a nasty reaction. You can buy this product for under £2 and like most Johnson?s product it comes in a clear bottle. It is available from most supermarkets and even chemists. If you have teenage children this is a great substitute to the more expensive products like Clearsil which cost near £5. Applying the product is very easy: Dab some cleanser on a cotton pad and wipe your face and neck. Do this twice a day. Although, I had a bad reaction after using this product. I still rate Johnson products and would not discourage anyone from purchasing it. The only thing is be careful if you have sensitive skin. Overall, this product wasn?t what I expected. However, there are a lot of Johnson products which you can chose from. It?s well priced and very affordable. Suitable for teenagers and adults.
I have been fairly lucky through my teenage years and have suffered little from outbreaks of spots. But when fighting what blotches I did get, I found Johnson's Clean and Clear a very good product with satifising results. But only when used as follows, in this order. 1.(Applying to men only) Have a close wet shave, to allow access to your pores. 2. Wash down your face with ordinary soap and wash away using a flannel. 3. Apply Johnson's Clean and Clear to a spounge and use to scrub the face with (a strong smell of vapour will become apparent from the product as a result of the scrubbing). 4. Wash you face down again using ordinary soap and a flannel. 5. Finally fill up the sink with boiling hot water from a kettle and using a towel to stop the steam stick your head under the towel to enjoy a mini-steam room experience. These are the instructions they don't give you on the packet, but repeat this process daily and you'll be completely satisfied with the results I promise. Clean and Clear, but with some help.
Johnsons pH 5.5 Facial Care Wipes come in packs of 25 wipes. They contain a mild cleansing lotion which is said to have a 3 in 1 action - cleanse, tone and remove eye-make, whilst keeping the skins natural pH balance. The wipes themselves are a good size, thick and strong. I have sensitive skin and the wipes have not irritated me in any form and I've found they have removed my make-up, including eye make-up, well. They are very moist, indeed they can leave the skin feeling a bit clammy and damp. The odour is light, not unpleasant and reminds me of the smell of baby products. They come in a foil-type pack with a resealable opening. Their packing and 3 in 1 action makes them ideal for travelling and I will certainly purchasing a pack for my holidays rather than taking a many bottles which may leak. I have found them at vastly varying prices, the most expensive being £3.25, the best price £1.99 at a local chemists; otherwise they can be found in the toiltery section of most big name supermarkets and chemists.